Ten Lines Contest – Results Are In!

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  • #147369
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    CJ Studios
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    I encoded the film and it converted to a MKV file. What program is used to play those?

    #147387
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    RevMen
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    Just wondering but are there any restricitions on length (minimum or maximum)?

    Nope.

    With the time allotted for filmmaking and the general feel of the contest, I’m expecting films to be in the 3-5 minute range. But who knows what we’ll see.

    #147405
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    “CJ Studios” wrote: WMV files can be seen on other comp brands, as long as you have Windows Media Player (I know this applies to Macintoshes. Not sure about other platforms).

    I suspect any computer brand can play WMV, as long as you have Windows Media Player 😛

    To my knowledge, Windows Media Player is available on no platforms other than Windows and Mac.

    #147415
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    little_studios
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    Is there anyway the deadline could be moved back by like 7 days because of te way my school holidays work? If so I’m in.

    #147416
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    RevMen
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    Actually, yes, I probably should push it back a week or so. That should line up better with some people’s holidays.

    #147417
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    MindGame
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    “I” wrote: [quote=”The Lines”]I’ll edit it in Photoshop

    Hehe, my line. By using the word “Photoshop,” would that be a copyright infraction, or would it only be one if the term “Adobe” were used?

    -MindGame, liking this idea :D[/quote]

    I hate to sound impatient, but I’d just like to clarify this. Would it be a copyright/trademark infrangement?

    -MindGame

    #147420
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    saulgoode
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    I do not wish to speak for RevMen or Brickfilms.com but since MG is bordering on sounding impatient…

    Fair use laws permit the mentioning of products in art, literature, and movies, it is only when one portrays oneself as a representative of that product that courts have been willing to step in and take action. So long as your movie does not portray itself as being an official Photoshop advertisement, I can imagine no risk whatsoever in merely mentioning the product (other than in the audience not understanding the reference).

    #147421
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    MindGame
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    Thank you, saulgoode. Plus, I figure RevMen wouldn’t have chosen it if he’d known it would cause some sort of legal infraction. Thanks for clearing that up :)

    -MindGame

    #147422
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    “MindGame” wrote: …I figure RevMen wouldn’t have chosen it if he’d known it would cause some sort of legal infraction.

    Yeah, he’s kind of smart that way.

    #147424
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    Actually, yes, I probably should push it back a week or so. That should line up better with some people’s holidays.

    Wahey I’ll enter then!

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